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London, with a population of 8. With visitor numbers of almost 19 million, it is little wonder that the Big Smoke needs to be on form when it comes to entertainment. In this guide, we bring you the details of twenty strip bars you can find in London; from the West End and Soho to the city and beyond. One of two venues for SophistiCats, the Soho club is a new establishment offering lap, table and private dancing.
An homage to the vintage art of striptease, SophistiCats is a popular Soho club. Image via website. The club regularly receives good reviews and is one of the more popular clubs in the city.
As a result, the style and set-up of the club reflects its traditions and the main stage is set up with cinema style seating as opposed to a lounge bar setting. Though an older club, the interior has been refurbished and is modern though retro in style. Overall, the club has mixed reviews with some punters reporting the girls to be too aggressive when it comes to offering dances whilst others report an excellent experience.
The club is sleek and modern with dark wood floors, sumptuous deep ox-blood leather Chesterfield sofas and good lighting. Dances are extra and you can expect to run up a big bill here if you intend on making an evening of it. Vanity is open for business from 8. A landmark venue in the city, The Windmill has an international reputation for being the oldest strip club in London.
Though the venue has its roots as a nude revue theatre, it was used as a cinema and comedy club in its past. Originally opening in , the Windmill was returned to its strip club roots in The widely acclaimed Windmill is home to international dancers. The club has a good schedule of entertainment from burlesque to lap dancing, pole dancing and private routines. The set-up is a classic stage styling with tables arranged in the lounge area for good viewing.